wltp: generate WLTC gear-shifts based on vehicle characteristics

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documentation

https://wltp.readthedocs.org/
Documentation status

live-demo

JupyterLab for WLTP (stable) JupyterLab for WLTP (dev)

sources

https://github.com/JRCSTU/wltp
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keywords

UNECE, automotive, car, cars, driving, engine, emissions, fuel-consumption, gears, gearshifts, rpm, simulation, simulator, standard, vehicle, vehicles, WLTC, NEDC

copyright

2013-2020 European Commission (JRC-IET)
EUPL 1.1+

A python-3.6+ package to generate the gear-shifts of Light-duty vehicles running the WLTP driving-cycles, according to UNECE’s GTRs.

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Figure 1: Cycles for class-3b Vehicles

Attention

This wltp python project is still in alpha stage, in the sense that its results are not “correct” by the standard, and no WLTP dyno-tests should rely currently on them.

Some of the known limitations are described in these places:

  • In the Changes.

  • Compare results with AccDB in Notebooks/CarsDB-compare.ipynb notebook; launch your private demo-server (JupyterLab for WLTP (stable)) to view it.